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tocodynamometry

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  • n. measurement using a tocodynamometer

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  • Bakker et al. (Jan. 28 issue) 1 report the outcomes of internal and external tocodynamometry in a randomized, controlled trial conducted in six hospitals.

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  • Results We randomly assigned 1456 women to either internal tocodynamometry

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  • Conclusions Internal tocodynamometry during induced or augmented labor, as compared with external monitoring, did not significantly reduce the rate of operative deliveries or of adverse neonatal outcomes.

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  • We performed a randomized, controlled trial in six hospitals in the Netherlands to compare internal tocodynamometry with external monitoring of uterine activity in women for whom induced or augmented labor was required.

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  • Background It has been hypothesized that internal tocodynamometry, as compared with external monitoring, may provide a more accurate assessment of contractions and thus improve the ability to adjust the dose of oxytocin effectively, resulting in fewer operative deliveries and less fetal distress.

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  • Nevertheless, close inspection of data showed that in the internal-tocodynamometry group, as compared with the external-tocodynamometry group, the rate of diabetes mellitus was significantly higher (32 of

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